Professor, History Department, University of British Columbia, Canada; Co-editor, Canadian Historical Review, 2003-present
Economics Professor, School of Public Administration, Dalhousie University, Canada
I devoted the first 20 years of my career to interdisciplinary and multi-source-based ethnohistorical research about Canadian native economic history and cultural ecology. I became an expert in interpreting the massive archival record of the Hudson's Bay Company (1670-present). My first major publication based on this work was Indians in the Fur Trade (1998 ). In a series of articles and a c...
Professor of History and Political Studies at Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Fazley Siddiq is a Professor of Economics at the School of Public Administration at Dalhousie University, a Fellow at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University and is the 2012-13 Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Canada-U.S. Relations at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. He has served as a member of the professoriate at Dalhousie since 1986 and was...
Ph.D. Candidate in Political Science, Université de Montréal
EducationPh.D. in history from the University of FloridaHonorsAwarded Wilson Center's second Fulbright Wilson Center Chair in January 2004, as selected through a special program administered by the Foundation for Educational Exchange between Canada and the United States of America and the Woodrow Wilson CenterExpertiseAmerican-Canadian Relations
François-Yannick Vézina joined the Canada Institute as a Junior Scholar from May to August 2008 to conduct research on his dissertation on "Members of Congress Changing Positions: How Knowledge and Saliency Can Do What Pressure Cannot." After his stay at the Woodrow Wilson Center, François-Yannick returned to Montreal where he joined the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommuni...
Ph.D., Political Science, Universite de Montreal, Canada